Pauly Gone’s paintings are created to relate the culture of his community to people around the world in hopes of benefiting their lives.

Pauly has been offering value to the world by accomplishing the most creative thing he can, in attempt to display truth, beauty and goodness. In almost ten years of traveling the West, live painting hundreds of music festivals, Pauly has realized that if he clicks his heels three times and says, “There’s no place like home” he ends up in Boston. While attaining most of his inspiration from the great outdoors Pauly is inspired by; Douglas Adams, Haile Selassie, Malcolm X, Bruce Lee, The Merry Pranksters, Dali, MF DOOM, ayahuasca, permaculture, the unified field theory, Sufism, dinosaurs, skateboarding and his dogs. The arrow must first be drawn back with pressure before it can fly. We are all feeling that pressure right now. One can’t help but feel a sense of urgency to create art during such a unique and critical time in world history. The philosophers stone will always be found despised and laying in the mud. A pile of stones cease to be a pile of stones the moment a man looks upon it bearing in mind a cathedral. In humanities age old quest for transcendence through art, anthropology proves that art is the most important relic a civilization can leave to history.


“It cannot be that out life is a mere bubble, cast up by eternity to float on its waves and then sink into nothingness. There is a realm where the rainbow never fades, where the stars will be spread out before us like islands that slumber in the ocean, and where the beautiful beings, which now pass before us like shadows, will stay in our presence forever.” George D. Prentice 1860